Phish fans looking to buy or sell Phish tickets can count on TicketProcess to deliver.
(PRWEB) October 04, 2012
Phish recently announced to their vast legion of fans that they will be playing one New Year's Eve show at Madison Square Garden to put a ribbon on the year 2012 just hours before the iconic apple descends to the ground in front of thousands of folks gathered in the heart of New York City. TicketProcess.com is excited to announce to the very same legion of Phish fans that they will be offering Phish MSG concert tickets at incredible prices until the very last one is gone. The popular fan ticket exchange site has built a reputation with music lovers all over the country by being affordable, easy to interact with and quick to deliver their tickets.
Phish will be celebrating their 30th year of existence in December of the year 2013, and they are looking forward to joining an exclusive club of North American bands that have been performing live and releasing albums for a full three decades. Their fan base has been steadily growing over the years, and it goes without saying that Phish tickets are highly coveted items. Many folks will be put through the ringer and given the run around while trying to procure Phish concert tickets, but a simple and quick visit to TicketProcess.com can put a bevy of affordable and simple options at the fingertips of any fan.
MSG NY has been regarded as one of the most iconic and memorable live venues in all of the world, and the bastion of architectural greatness rises above the surrounding city streets like a king watching over his land. The inside of the building resembles a large theater, and it is one of the only buildings in North America that utilizes a theater-style lighting system that floods the stage with vivid light while allowing the crowd to fade into a dark and intimate background.
Folks that have been following Phish since the days when their distinct and colorful bumper stickers were found on just about every other car on both coasts know that the band has seen its share of ups and downs. Mostly ups in the grand scheme of things, but the band has had some internal meddling that has created riffs and short-term splits and separations. While this is common for many groups of people that are asked to tolerate one another for several years on end, it also means that fans cannot bank on the notion that the band will be putting on shows for very much longer. Visit http://www.ticketprocess.com/ to see Phish in New York on new Year's Eve.